Barry Bonds Found Guilty of Obstruction of Justice

The Associated Press (via ESPN.com) has reported that former Major League Baseball player Barry Bonds was found by a jury to be guilty of obstruction of justice in connection with the federal government investigation of illegal performance-enhancing drugs.  A mistrial was declared for the three counts of perjury with which Bonds was charged.  The AP article states, in part, as follows: […]

Former Major Leaguers Allowed to Testify in Barry Bonds Case

Michael McCann of SI.com and the Sports Law Blog, has published a great article on an evidentiary issue that could have a significant effect on the government’s prosecution of Barry Bonds.  U.S. District Judge Susan Illston will allow former clients of Bonds’ trainer, Greg Anderson, to testify that Anderson supplied them with performance enhancing drugs.  These clients include […]